Amaryllis Beach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... out in pre-prepared trays behind the counter, which was a little daunting, but as each dish was described to us we got more and more eager. We ended up going with a chicken stuffed with sundried tomatoes and feta served with sautéed veges and oven potatoes, a mushroom and feta pie and a salmon and prawn stir fry of sorts. As usual we were started with a basket of bread, oil and ...
Today we took the ferry to our next island destination, Paros! Paros is known to be more of a chilled out island so we were looking forward to relaxing after a couple of hectic nights out in Ios. The ferry was 2.5 hours but it was a big boat so plenty of room to move around. We checked into our cute little hotel and already could feel a more chilled atmosphere. Finally we had a smaller room with only 3 of us ...
... and seats and sunbathing area up the top. The captain was a crazy Egyptian man who got really offended when we wouldn't drink his raki at 9am! We shared the boat with about 10 other people so we had a good group. We cruised with a few other boats stopping every so often for a swim stop. The water was crystal clear and so refreshing! We were able to jump off the boat so we got lots of good jumping shots. All day ...
... before meeting the rest of the group. Tonight we were heading out on a speedboat to walk through some water caves, snorkel, swim and jump off a cliff! It was so much fun! The water was so clear so when we jumped off the cliff it looked like we would definitely hit the bottom! I had to get the tour guide to promise me I wouldn't hit rocks. It was about a 7m jump but it looked so high from the top! Was pretty freaky but so worth it! After the jumping it was already 8pm so when we got ...
... the fish and squid caught that day hanging from masts and strings tied between poles. A man sat on the edge of the water slitting open the bulbuous bodies of squid in a bucket and tossing the guts into the water. He paused to look up as Leigh took his photo and then went back to gutting his catch. We wandered the street a little overwhelmed with all of the sights and colors. Surely it was a normal day for all the people going about their business, but to us, ...